The pattern of walking has changed a lot since the transition. Now many people want to go for a walk in the middle of nature, not in the crowd of the city. Want to go somewhere where there is a chance to wander around a bit.
This small town in the foothills of the Himalayas has not yet made a name for itself as a tourist destination. But this small town facing the Nanda Devi peak can make any tourist feel good. Those who want to spend a few days in solitude can choose this small town.
Prefer sea over mountains? But the sea of people means the crowd? Kerala’s Varkala beach can shatter this notion. Absolutely ideal for spending a few days in solitude.
Zero Valley, Arunachal Pradesh:
Arunachal Pradesh has recently become very popular with tourists. As a result, the number of tourists in this state has increased little by little every year till the time of Atimari. But even after that, there are some places that are still not that popular. Such a place is Zero Valley. Chhotagram, with wide green valleys in front of it, hills on both sides. Ideal place to change the air for a few days during extreme weather.
When you say Rajasthan, the crowd of domestic and foreign tourists floats in front of your eyes. But the small village on the banks of the Javanese River is far from that crowd. People who love wildlife are the ones who go here. That number is also counted by hand. In extreme cases, such a place is ideal for safe travel.